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, information officer sean smith and two former navy s.e.a.l.s. that search for answers could not be any more relevant than tonight, as u.s. embassies and consulates around the world are closed or on high alert. prevents another attack means getting to the truth of what happened there. we go back to benghazi of where it all began to investigate why all the attacks happened. plus, john king gets to the bottom of the talking points and the evolving story coming out of washington in the days and weeks after the attacks. to presidential politics lead to a coverup? and what did the families of the four lost americans want most? you'll hear from them directly. but first, we go back to the hours before the attack. september 11. in america, a day of solemn remembrance. in 2012, a day of violence in the middle east. demonstrators storm the u.s. embassy in cairo, angry over a low-rent film made in the u.s. that mocks the prophet muhammad. in neighboring libya, ambassador christopher stevens is in benghazi, a city known for upheaval. stevens knew benghazi well. during the civil war that ousted moammar g
. prentiss: previously on "criminal minds"... garcia: emily, this call for you from a sean mcallister came to my phone accidentally. it sounded very important. sean. i was gonna call you back. i just--i got busy on a case. ian doyle vanished from prison. am i in danger? we all are. sean thinks we're all in danger. but i was the only one who had any personal connection to him. as far as doyle is concerned, lauren reynolds died in a car accident. you died and we're all good. i want to hear you say it. lauren reynobye.is dead. who's lauren reynolds? [speaking french] [i want to talk to sean] they got her. drop the phone. get on the ground, now. tsia? he's gone. jeremy's dead. how long have we been talking? you've gotta get out of there. oh, god. it's doyle, isn't it? toss that cell phone and get home safely. morgan: prentiss, what's going on with you? i've been watching you the last couple of days and something is obviously bothering you. derek, because i like you, i'm going to ask you not to do this. [classical piano playing] [no dialogue audio, piano continues] [hits discordant notes] [elev
republican primary debate. [ applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> sean spicer joins us, communications director for the republican national committee. sean, thanks for taking a few moments. i wonder if the republican party is being my oppic here. there are a lot of independent voters who consistently watch those two television networks and by foreclosing republican debates on them, aren't you eliminating those as viewers and that's what you want to do, isn't it, you want to not limit your base but expand your base. >> absolutely, greg. at the same time we don't want to commit political malpractice and say networks that tip the scales in elections should be rewa rewarded by being actively involved who we choose as our party's nominee. this was the first step reclaiming the debate process, deciding who the moderators and networks and number of debates will be. we will let the networks know if they want to be actively engaged in helping one particular candidate on the other side we will not utilize them. there are various other way, conservative talk radio, internet, bloomberg, you can go
department. the attack, as you know, killed u.s. ambassador christopher stephens foreign service officer sean smith and two knave officers shields tyrone woods and glen daugherty. major league baseball latest drug scandal could derail the career of one of the nation's biggest stars. alex rodriguez. a source telling the associated press, mlb officials are threatening to boot a rod for life. that is unless he agrees to accept a long suspension. fox news can not independently confirm that that -- can county no confirm 10 years, 257-million-dollar contract. all of this has to do with a florida clinic which allegedly banned enforcement drugs. trace gallagher has the story. what happens if they can't strike a deal with a rod? >> will, harris if the commissioner bud selig signs on it's likely major league baseball moves forward and try to ban a rod for life. a rod in return would likely appeal that decision, while he is appealing he has the right to rodriguez may have to come clean to that arbitrator. now the experts say arbitrator would probably suspend him for about both sides' best interest to no
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in this video obtained by abc. sean manning on fox news. >> i remember shooting as fast as he could possibly shoot. >> reporter: he fired more than 100 rounds from two pistols. hours later, the president made this promise to the victims. >> as commander in chief, there's no greater honor but also no greater responsibility for me than to make sure that the extraordinary men and women in uniform are properly cared for. >> reporter: nearly four years later, survivors feel cast aside and they still wonder how the u.s. government could label this workplace violence instead of combat related terrorism. that designation means the victims have lower priority access to medical care, and fewer financial benefits than those whose injuries are labeled combat related. army specialist logan burnet was shot three times during the attack. he spoke to kxas. >> the day that came out was the day the government looked at every single one of the victims of the fort hood shooting and spit in our faces. >> reporter: sergeant sean manning has lost tens of thousands of dollars in benefits. >> i was shot by a terrori
child adolf hitler in new jersey. that kid is stuck with that. or osama bin laden or sean hannity. these are horrible names! >> sean hannity, that is not fair. >> all kidding aside, one quick thing, i know stephanie wants to jump in. in tennessee, turned statute of child abuse, it includes not just physical abuse, but imminent mental abuse. if you're going to name your child messiah or a worse name, a more challenging name, the child live withes it, not the parent. they think it's cute and fun. your kid has to go every day with that and get beaten up or ostracized from society. that's wrong. >> stephanie, dean makes a point. but dean, messiah is number four among fastest growing baby names in this country. so there are lots of messiahs running around. forget the judge's rationale, is that child abuse? >> a worm hole has opened in the universe again in that i agree with michael medved. the judge is clearly overreaching here. there is no law against being an idiotic parent, erin. do they think this is going to cause some second coming panics in the state? i'm not sure. i think it is
and took care of it while me and sean sat in the house. we were just with our children, spending time with them which made it nice. didn't have to worry for once. >> all the people that have donated stuff have just been wonderful, the community, the pittsburgh area, i mean everybody. i just can't thank you enough. >> no one was upset when the best man fell asleep in his grandmother's arms. after christine and sean pledged their lives to each other, they vowed to continue fighting for logan. >> this is our dream come true. all our family together and we're all together celebrating the celebration of my son's life and a celebration of our marriage. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," jeff pegues washington. >> nothing sadder than somebody dying before their time, especially if they are that young. >> what do you see out of that. shows how people come together. >> very nice. got to be the best man and celebrate with two parents. >>> oprah is about to join us at the table. we sure have a lot to discuss today including -- >> i'm ready. >> we are ready. we are rea
they shut out chandler arizona's team 8-0. 13- year-old pitcher sean lee even had 14 strikeouts. fans and parents have been organizing watch parties at carlmont high school in belmont. >> my friend frank and i, our boys played in it for years and went pretty far. we're happy for the team. we wanted to come down and cheer them on. >> if they win they'll go on to pennsylvania for the little league world series against japan. >>> today's tony santillo and his daughter are whipping up an italian treat. sausage and zucchini. >> this is my favorite. >> this has your name written all over it. you have cheese, sausage, zucchini, a lot of olive oil and bread. >> a beautiful thing. what we're doing here, we're using chibata bread. that's going to be the binding for what's in here. which is some sweet italian sausage that we took out of the casing so it's a crumble. and zucchini. we're saucing this up with extra virgin olive oil and white onions. can you add pepper? >> sure i can. how about a touch of salt. >> a touch. >> there's all ready salt in the sausage. but i love the flavor. good salt.
of jason brown from key west to las vegas to vancouver. in one incident cops detained sean penn's body double, whom they mistook for brown. it was just one of dozens of incidents where individuals have been detained until their fingerprints or other identification could prove they were not the notorious fugitive. the closest thing to a confirmed sighting came in 2008, when someone who knew the fugitive said he thought he recognized brown waiting at a stop sign in salt lake city. but whoever was in the car was long gone by the time agents heard about it. fbi agents believe that even on the run jason brown remained a serious threat to public safety. he had earned a place among the nation's most dangerous criminals. so in 2007 they put him on the bureau's ten most wanted list. >> why does brown make the list? >> because his crime was a very serious violent crime. because brown is smart. he's capable. he's a person who's fluent in french. he's an avid outdoors person. >> give me a sense for the volume of tips that come in when somebody makes the top ten most wanted list. >> the volume of t
one series. backups got crunched by the denver bronco's back ups. sean phillips for the 9 yards. denver scores the only touchdown of the game it's 7-3. 49ers add three more turnovers. jenkins makes his only catch of the game. denver recovers, they win 10-6. both defenses look better than two offenses and peyton manning he barely worked up a sweat. >>> and former tampa bay defensive back wright promptly put eric on the disabled list. they could use him. >>> tiger has a bad day at the office and the giants finally look like world >>> at at&t park is supposed to be the tenth man for the giants but it has not been doing its job. they were 29-29 at home starting today. then suddenly the ghost of the 2012 world series shows up. is that collin kaepernick? i don't think so. 49,000 fans still show up. brewers pitcher donovan han gets beaten the first. the giants first homer in 12 games. tim lincecum strikes out eight brewers in eight innings, that's good pitching. they go 4-1. >>> what a strange ten days it's been for rosales. waived by the athletics, claimed by texas. but never played
bronco's back ups. sean phillips for the 9 yards. denver scores the only touchdown of the game it's 7-3. 49ers add three more turnovers. jenkins makes his only catch of the game. denver recovers, they win 10-6. both defenses look better than two offenses and peyton manning he barely worked up a sweat. >>> and former tampa bay defensive back wright promptly put eric on the disabled list. they could use him. >>> tiger has a bad day at the office and the giants finally look like world series champs again. even if it's just for one day. giants and golf coming up. >>> at at&t park is supposed to be the tenth man for the giants but it has not been doing its job. they were 29-29 at home starting today. then suddenly the ghost of the 2012 world series shows up. is that collin kaepernick? i don't think so. 49,000 fans still show up. brewers pitcher donovan han gets beaten the first. the giants first homer in 12 games. tim lincecum strikes out eight brewers in eight innings, that's good pitching. they go 4-1. >>> what a strange ten days it's been for rosales. waived by the athletics, claimed b
and sean hannity and rush limbaugh asking the questions, they would ask tougher questions from a perspective that would be of an interesting to primary voters. >> i'm biased. i'm cnn and i would love to host a debate. thank you very much. we'll let you have the last word and we'll have you all back soon. >> coming up next, she says her life was turned upside down and her reputation ruined after she says her name was leaked by the government. plus forget puffy gowns. try docock. fighting that's how apparently one princess gets down. ng lots d lots of things. let's get your business rolling now, everybody sing. ♪ norfolk southern what's your function? ♪ ♪ helping this big country move ahead as one ♪ ♪ norfolk southern how's that function? ♪ we do? i took the trash out. i know. and thank you so much for that. i think we should get a medicare supplement insurance plan. right now? [ male announcer ] whether you're new to medicare or not, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. it's up to you to pay the difference. so think about an aarp med
telling me? that's it. you said he was in russia. no, actually, sean mcallister told you that. tsia? yeah. get him off the phone. what are you gonna do, em? huh? what are you gonna do? you gonna run away? yeah, you're good at that. tsia. bloody hell. ok. you can't trust him. you have got to get out of there right now. you are safer on your own. do you remember 9th street? corelli's. how the door works? yeah. he's still there. you will be in and out in 5 minutes. got it. do not let clyde follow you. and, tsia, be careful. you, too. fine. hey, what's that? uh, oh, this is the only lead i have so far. what about you? seaver said you were looking for photos of, uh, doyle's tuscan villa? i couldn't find any stills from the day he was arrested, but there may be some surveillance footage from the sedans. they generally record everything. yeah? you get a document from your contacts? bank accounts traceable to our first two victims. we might be able to match the rest of those faces. hotch: good. what else have you found? [buzzer] [door buzzes open] ok, look in the peephole. [gunshot] my mother mad
for jennifer's first "vogue" shoot. numbers to remember for sean penn, 52, his age, and six, as in a six pack. brand new pics of the star on a shirtless ibiza getaway with his girlfriend cristina piaget. summer's biggest fashion trend is all about shorts and i see you're rocking some short shorts right now. >> i happen to be, yes. they are on trend, mario. to be exact, short shorts are on trend and not just for the beach as you'll see in tonight's l'oreal paris wow cam. who wears short shorts? the short answer, everyone, and the e design lab showi three hot looks at emphatic at fred segal's, a what to wear how-to. >> this is our office meeting look. the knee raiser paired with the blazer. that makes the whole look sophisticated. this is great going g out to coffee with the girls. a leatherette short pairing a blouse like this with a gorgeous wedge shoe giving a long look to your legs. this ithe amazing outfit to wear on date night, fresh, gorgeous. >> for more summer shorts look, head over to extratv.com and click on l'oreal paris wow cam. >> closed captioning and other consideration for "ext
tomorrow night at 9:00 p.m. eastern on c-span. >> secretary of state john kerry named sean casey hit his dear advisor on faith-based initiatives. dedicated on outreach to the global community. this is an outreach event for 30 minutes. [inaudible conversations] >> ladies and gentlemen, the secretary of state, john kerry, special advisor for faith-based initiatives and director of the white house office of security. >> thank you so much, everyone. thank you so much. i am really delighted to be here with you this morning. it is a great pleasure for me to take part in us. i'm convinced that this is one of the toughest challenges that we face in terms of global diplomacy and relationships around the world. we have had the challenges of many conflicts to the challenges of simply understanding people. we are talking about regions apart and things like global climate change, which is really a challenge. this includes the garden figures of gods creation. secretary of state and before that. i was a secretary before that. i had met with faith-based leaders all across the world. we met with many mem
one of the survivors. doug is live in washington. reporter: sean manning this survivor's name. he was shot six times by major nadal hassan and was disgusted by what he read and the writings confirm this was no act of work place violence has the government termed it. >> the government has tried too deny this is an act of terrorism. i think if -- i hope that if people hear the words from hassan's own mouth, that they'll understand this was an act of terrorism. >> in one type document, hassan writes: american democracy and sharia law are incompatable there is an irreconcilable conflict in american democracy, we the people govern according to what we the people think is right or wrong even itch it goes against what almighty god commands and america's ban on cruel and unusual punishment prevents the flogging of a fornicator or receiving senior severerring the hand of thief. clearly it pears that hassan, court-martial, is making hiking case to military justice but to allah. trace? >> i guess you can also make the case he is also appealing to a broader audience here. >> an expert in isl
four americans. our ambassador, chris stevens, the state department officer sean smith and two former navy seals tyrone woods and glen dorty. doherty. >> shepard, the charges remain under seal in new york tonight. in may released three suspects wanted for questioning. it is not clear whether they are the ones charged. but reporters spoke to one of the suspects just days after the attack and more recently. justice department officials issued the following statement, quote: the department's investigation is ongoing. it has been and remains a top priority. we have no further comment at this time. the administration is under increasing pressure to show that it is acting against the benghazi perpetrators. fox news has spoken to multiple military sources who say that u.s. operators have been on the ground monitoring several suspected attackers in libya for more than 10 months. libyan sources tonight tell us there is a great deal of action, activity tonight in darna a town known as recruiting ground for al qaeda east of benghazi. it is not clear the nature of the activity there tonight but d
to kill 13 people and injure more than 30. november 5th, 2009, at ft. hood readiness center. sergeant sean manning on fox news. >> i represent rapid and shooting as fast as he could possibly shoot. >> reporter: hasan fired 100 rounds from two pistols. hours later, the president made this promise to the victims. >> as commander in chief, there's no greater honor, but also no greater responsibility for me, than to make sure that the extraordinary men and women in uniform are properly cared for. >> reporter: nearly four years later, survivors say they feel cast aside. and they still wonder how the u.s. government could label this workplace violence instead of combat-related terrorism. that designation means the victims have access to lower care and army specialist logan burnett was shot three times. he spoke to kxas. >> the day that came out that's when the government looked at every single one of the victims in the fort hood shooting and spit in our face. >> they don't want to call it terrorism, i think is just ridiculous. >> reporter: civilian police officer sergeant kimberly munley helped
, sean hornback, all had opportunities during the course of their captivity to escape and none of them did that. people have characterized it as stockholm syndrome, i think it's probably a little bit more complicated than that given the circumstances. but she needed to keep herself alive. that's the key to absolutely everything. and that's exactly what happened. and she is alive. >> you'll hear these four horseback riders, horsemen, who were out in the wilderness talking about that a little bit later on during this press conference. we'll hit play, we'll pause, take a break and come back. play it. >>> wendy walsh is here. marc klaas is here. both have expertise in this subject. we're talking of the rescue of hannah anderson. let's play the press conference, then we'll talk more. >> you have that prickly feeling. you do what is right. and sometimes it's better to call and be wrong and not call and wish you had. i think everybody that's standing here would have done exactly what we did. there's nothing heroic about it. nothing. just that's what you do. >> do you feel like you were part o
investigate. this is why we're not going to let go of this. month ago, pat smith, mother of sean smith killed in benghazi. this is what she told stuart varney on you're world. >> it is not phony or and my son is dead. i'm waiting for someone to get back to me to tell me what happened? why did hillary do what she did? why was there no security there when there was supposed to be and who was the general or whoever it was that called back the troops when they were going to help. bill: that's tough stuff. no arrests were made. no arrests have been made 10 months down the road. you mentioned the tv network, they can go there and find a suspect and sit down and talk to him for two hours? and the beginning the administration said it was the fault of a movie. that was the story they put out initially. >> yeah, i mean that's, the making of a scandal. there are a lot of elements of this that we do not know still despite the fact that there have been a lot of hearings. the white house and the administration says that they have answered a lot of questions and they're ready to move on. the problem is the
. staff sergeant sean manning was shot six times at fort hood. >> the government has tried to deny this is an act of terrorism. i hope if people hear the words from hassan's own mouth that they'll understand that this was an act of terrorism. >> some national security experts believe not calling it an act of terrorism is an example of political correctness. >> i think it's politically motivated. i think they don't want to admit that there's still a global jihadist movement able to hit the united states right here in america. >> a jury of 13 officers from around the u.s. will have to unanimousy convict hassan. murder and sentence him to death. 11 of the last 16 death sentences handed down by military juries in the last 30 years have been overturned. even if he's convicted, there are likely years, if not decades, of appeals ahead. shannon? >> yes, there are. finally getting started. brian, thank you. today's young people often get a bad rap for being reason. not this kid. after the break, we'll introduce you to a young kid who's a successful entrepreneur at the age of just 11. makes
. sean whent is supposed to talk about this case later today. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> demolition crews are tearing down the house where rirrial castro held -- arariel castro -- ariel castro held three women cast -- captive. one of the victims watching the demolition, michelle knight. she bravely testified against ariel castro in court. once that house is completely torn down, knight wants to build a park there with a garden and a statue of an angel. >>> google did high-tech demolition. now, google removed castro's home from its google map system. searches for the address now show just a blurred box instead of that house. the goal is to reduce the number of people driving by the old home. >>> the trial of the army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 people in fort hood, it goes on today. major nadal hasan is acting as his own lawyer. yesterday, in his opening statement, he told the court, the evidence will clearly show he is the shooter. one of the shooting victims says he has physical as well as emotional scars. >> can't go to crowded places anymore. i don't even
kerri walsh. >> i can please talk to sean the lawyer? >> what are you talking about? >> sean would come back with cops with lawyers. >> i'm trying to prevent a urder from happening tomorrow. [applause] michael: whoo! yeah. all right, everybody. that's rebecca romijn and that's "king & maxwell." check out the season finale tonight. rebecca: and we are live tweeting on it. michael: now you say you've got a live tweet during the tweet is rebeccaa on >> rachael: today... >> this is a momma-daddy party, get your kids and put on sponge bob. >> rachael: you think you heard sherri shepherd say it all on "the view"? not even close. >> i started twitching, sal asked me to pick u a dollar bill. >> rachael: calorie blasting workouts that are outdoors and in. helping viewers spice up their sex lives. >> i'm going to make my own self pregnant. [cheers and applause] >> rachael: welcome, everybodod welcome! i'm so excited because today is another co-host monday,, which means i get to do just half the job and half the work i normally do. i love thihis next -- not only guest, but co-host. she's not just
. for example, the after the -- m.i.t. cop who was sean callier, his family only wanted to talk to me. i talked to the brothers and column on did a that. after they pinched i call him joker, the second one that of the knew where some cops had gone. j.j. foleys, a great end.on the south i walked in at the same time as s.w.a.t. team.the jerry foley brought the beers. the great sergeant who saved lives the first -- if you listen to the tapes on the the bomb went off, there's a voice in the 9/11 keep the creaming -- roads open. keep the ring road open. screaming. that is danny keeler. i once described him as a former marine. i said i don't think there is such a thing. there was danny in the black s.w.a.t. outfit. younghere with a bunch of cops. toasted and said thank god this is over. the dead said to sean, cop then a third toast. in there to that because they knew who i was. somebody from a tv station showed up, they would have been escorted out of the bar. that kind of stuff -- this was deeply, deeply personal to the town. and at that moment, in a very for us, it's awkward because access is wha
. for example, the after the -- after the m.i.t. cop who was killed, sean callier, his family only wanted to talk to me. i talked to the brothers and sisters and did a column on that. after they pinched i call him joker, the second one that night, i knew where some of the cops had gone. i went to j.j. foleys, a great pub on the south end. i walked in at the same time as the guys from the s.w.a.t. team. jerry foley brought the beers. danny keeler, the great sergeant who saved lives the first -- if you listen to the tapes on the first -- when the bomb went off, there's a voice in the 9/11 tapes of screaming -- keep the roads open. keep the ring road open. he's screaming. that is danny keeler. i once described him as a former marine. i said i don't think there is such a thing. then there was danny in the black s.w.a.t. outfit. he's there with a bunch of young cops. i watched and toasted and said thank god this is over. then they said to sean, the dead cop then a third toast. they let me in there to that because they knew who i was. if somebody from a tv station showed up, they would have bee
the audience. >> hi. my name is sean lingus, i'm a reporter with smart grid today. my question is for mr. , mr. izard and anyone else who wants to answer. it's been said with regards to isac there aren't enough security clearances in the industry for everyone who wants to participate. does nerc acknowledge that this is a problem and, if so, what's being done to address it? >> hi, sean. thanks for the question. we, industry recognized that we needed to get security clearances out to those that really need it, so then you do the simple math, i want to say there's 4,000 entities, and you come up with a model that maybe three or four clearances are needed for entity. you do the math, it's just simply not achievable with the budget with constraints, the handling of that many background investigations, etc., etc. so who really should get those clearances? well, the cip committee, the technical committee that reports directly to the board of directors tackled this problem for about the eight months. we formed a task force, and we built a product. that's one of the reports that's going to the board he
on the seventh floor overs been uttered a few times in the last 12 year, and sean joyce is here, i'm sure has heard it once or twice in the last few years, deputy handle. all good leaders need how to delegate, and that's something that happened from time to time. and i thank you for those lessons, bob, because in my three years at tsa, i've learned some of the benefits of doing that. [laughter] so a couple brief points to wrawp. as, bob, as you and ann leave government service and as you start traveling without your security detail, there's a couple words you need to know that will be very important to you, and that is tsa precheck. laugh after -- [laughter] trust me on this one. [laughter] >> now you know why you were invited. >> that's right, that's right. [laughter] [applause] and so finally, on behalf of all the men and women of the fbi who have had the privilege and honor of serving with mr. director bob mueller these last 12 years, let me express profound appreciation and gratitude for what you have done, guiding the bureau through a tumultuous time with integrity and distinction, and o
. bill: you made that point last night with sean. you wonder too, what the democrats who want the nomination, how they would feel too if indeed these projects go forward on nbc and cnn you say you're looking at the debate calendar and you're also going to put a hold on who the moderators of the debates are. you think you were burned in 2012? >> i think that we made, or at least the candidates made a big mistake in raising their hand for every two hour debate offered absolutely. i think 23 debates is ridiculous. but, you know, but the second thing that is ridiculous is allowing moderators who are not serving the best interests of the candidates in the party, to actually be the people deposing our people. and think that is totally wrong and i think it is incumbent on the republican party today, to get its act together, put a reasonable debate calendar together, with the moderators that are not trying to kill us. bill: understood but as based on your statement yesterday, and the interview you did last night you're serious about this boycott, right? if cnn goes ahead and airs this
questions? >> thank you for putting on this panel. my name is sean. my most relevant affiliation if i attended a very small public school in illinois, graduate class of 1998. i wanted to ask you about are their constituency that are affected in the wake of consolidation? i went to a school that had been consolidated in the past and looking for the potential of being consolidated again. it seems to me that anecdote of glee when a town loses their school, that you seek lots of loss and community identity and vitality. you see the communities age, people tend to move where the schools end up. you see businesses dry up and property values drop. at least it is conceivable that efficiency the cost for students, you see losses in that community's economy and their kind of identity because a lot of these small towns, the school is what kind of brings the town together. so i was wondering if the panel had any thoughts about that. i know that small, rural districts where the focus of the report, but it has been brought up. >> that was one of your main points. >> i absolutely agree with you. the
& furious." the other bought by sean steward, convicted of weapons charges in 2012. we don't know the exact locations where the guns were recovered, martha. martha: there was ongoing investigation into "fast & furious" by the administration. how is that going? >> reporter: the house oversight committee is suing for documents related to the program. the attorney general was cited in contempt for failing to hand them over. all this came to light after the murder. december 2010 after the murder of border agent brian terry. he was shot and killed by illegal immigrants smuggling drugs into the u.s. the "fast & furious" program was shut down after details of death of terry were made public. martha: steve, thank you very much. bill: apparently this was not a joke in missouri in the end. there is more fallout over this rodeo clown. he wore a president obama mask. the head of the rodeo association will no longer have a job. the clown will not have a job. now a day job as school superintendent might be in jeopardy. we can not make this up. martha: goings-on and on. plus it is being called the largest
rifle bought by sean steward, who was convicted on gun charges in 2012. we don't know the exact locations where these guns were recovered, jon. jon: so what is the status of the "fast & furious" investigation right now? >> well, it is ongoing. the house oversight committee suing for the release of certain documents related to the program. attorney general eric holder as you remember was cited for contempt of court or contempt of congress for failing to hand them over. all this coming to light after the murder in december of 2010, of border agent brian terry. he had been shot and killed by illegal immigrants who were smuggling drugs into the country and now, even more news on "fast & furious" today, jon. jon: keep us updated. steve centanni in washington, thanks. jenna: a big story there. meantime army private bradley manning apologizing during his sentencing hearing this week for leaking classified state department documents to wikileaks. his military trial coupled with edward snowden's revelations over top secret nsa surveillance programs raising questions about motives of diff
and they are reporting here from the column of "the washington examiner." limbaugh and sean hannity iodized moderators. they are already looking to block cnn and nbc. the plan features on hillary clinton and they are looking to scrap the old model of having reporters and news personnel asking the questions and candidate forums. back to your calls from the democrats line. from jesup, georgia. caller: i think hillary clinton will probably be the nomination that i really like o'malley out of maryland. i really like a lady out of washington, the young 24-year- old black republican. and some lady down in texas, the guy who said he was a democrat and just turned republican, the hispanic, if you check the numbers, he the president won the hispanic vote. i would like to know why the republicans tried so hard to take the waltons who spent $26 million between the five family members and not try to help the one million workers that we have to subsidize every week, every month, every year. thank you all. >> watertown, wisconsin, on the republican line. hello. how are you? who is the future of your party? caller:
a look at nerve gas. in general it says -- bradley manning and his 35-year sentence this morning. sean on the republican line from massachusetts. any army based on anything to buy with the constitution is a hero in my mind. this government answers to the people. anybody, if you in this today and you find that the government is violating the constitution, you have a responsibility to inform the public. 1943 anyone who brought to light the massacre of the jews, they would say you violated your oath or whatever. host: the president embarks on a bus trip today. new york and pennsylvania college campuses will be the destination. stopping in new york today. new york and pennsylvania on friday. a story taking a look at some of the message. david jackson is the white house reporter. could you highlight some of the message that the president will how colleges should be ranked and how that ties to financial aid? on a: this is the latest series of speeches to the middle class and the topic is college affordability. he will outline a revamped plan that. first of all, it involves payment for perfor
across the united states. sean penn as a surfer and stoner named jeff spicoli. featured stars, judge reinhold forest whitaker nicolas cage and jennifer jason leigh. the cast has been nominated for ten oscars winning four. all nominated for 18 golden globes, winning 5. the movie grossed more than $27 million at the box office and continues to be a cult classic. forest whitaker's role starring in "the butler." whitaker joins us on thursday on "cbs this morning." >>> would you share your doctor's point with a stranger? the number of visits offering group visits has doubled. dr. devi nampiaparampil has offered group visits. good morning. >> good morning. >> how does a group doctor visit work? >> right now, patients can have a lot of frustration with the health care system. if they have an appointment today, they may have to wait weeks for an appointment. even as they get that appointment, they may only have ten minutes with face-to-face visits. here with the group visit, you may have more face-to-face interaction with the doctor an hour to two hours. you may get to as
? >> tucker: counter terrorism expert and instructor sean wolf. thank you for joining us this morning. 22 embassies and consulates. i notice they do span from the sahara to bangladesh. how specific county threat be if the response is this broad? >> that's a good question. >> because it is so broad, i believe the intelligence is credible and the threat is credible but maybe not so specific because it's so wide, it's all centered around the arabian peninsula which is where they believe the biggest problem is going to be right now. >> john, once these embassies are closed down there there be troops in front of the embassies guarding them? will there be afghani troops? will there be local military officials in those countries trying to protect embassy or just be there? it will just be there. the outside guard force will still be as normal. they are just closing for business. they are not removing the american diplomat. they close for business and that protects the visitors that would come there for visas and things like that. but the problem is closing for business doesn't make the american d
headquarters that has been uttered a few times, and sean joyce is here and has heard it once or twice, the deputy of the leaders need to know how to delegate and that is something that happens from time to time. thank you for those lessons because i've learned the benefits of doing that. so a couple of brief points to wrap up. as you and anne start traveling without your 60 detail there's a couple of words you need to know there will be important to you, and that is the tsa recheck. [laughter] trust me on this one. >> now you know why you were invited. >> that's right. there you go. and so finally, on behalf of all of the men and women at the fbi who's had the privilege, and the honor of serving with mr. director bob mueller these last 12 years, let me express a found appreciation and gratitude for what you have done guiding the bureau through a tumultuous time with integrity and distinction, and on a personal note to say thanks for the privilege of serving as one of your deputy director's for encouraging me at teaching me lessons in leadership which i have had the opportunity to use.
sean, a reporter with sharp grid today. it's been said that with regards to isac there are not enough security clearances for everyone who wants to participate. it's acknowledged this is a problem and what is being done to address it. >> thanks for the question. the industry recognized we needed to get security clearances out to those that really need it. so then you do the simple math, and i want to say there's 4,000 entities and to come up with a model that may be three or four clearances are needed for entities. do the math, it's just simply not achievable with the budget constraints, the handling of that many background investigations, et cetera, et cetera. so, who really should get those clearances? well, the technical committee that reports directly to the board of directors, tackled this problem for the last eight months. they formed a task force and we built a product. that's one of the reports going to the board here next week, and if it's approved, accepted, by the board, it will become public. that is one model for the clearance issue. and i look forward to getting that in
is sean and i'm a reporter with federal times a publication that covers the federal agencies so we do a lot of agencies. tony i completely agree with you with what you said about -- i would also have their agencies that will not deal with reporters on any basis except e-mail. as an employee you probably know -- >> it drives me crazy. >> a treasury employer doesn't check her messages. send her an e-mail. to get to my question though one frustration i found in covering the government is a lot of pao's and i'm asking the context of principles essentially that the dao should follow that they are political appointees and the only qualification for the job and this was true for for the obamas ration is the work on the campaign. should that be allowed? >> look, i think you want to try to find talent where you can and try to match it up. there is the public affairs office. they actually do work for the people who are elected and they are answerable to them in the cases where they are political appointees. i was a political appointee. so i think i don't think you can change the whole sub inner
tell you my personalities are. rush limbaugh, sean hannity, mark levine. i always tell our clients can i say, i don't agree with what they say but i agreed with the value of the customer that they put in front of you. but if you listen to what they say, if you listen to the words, it's all buzz. and see what happens is, the people that are fans of that type of talk radio, they are listening very carefully. we are not paying attention. and what they're doing in effect is mobilizing their forces. so what we have to do is we have to make sure that we educate our young people. we have to make sure that they are politically astute. we need to make sure that they are a part of the process of making change in our community. and that's what i believe the role of a segment and a zeta and the mine nine organization did. we both of youth auxiliary groups. zeta hous has agreed. we need to make sure that we have a political action arm that is teaching our young people about what their history is but more important how they can change the future. and if we can do that effectively, we then help to se
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